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Schneids 11-13-2005 08:56 AM

Mouse in apartment, help??
 
So some roomies and I watching Lost episodes, and we see this thing quickly run across the kitchen... hoping a mouse, and...Ummm how can we lure it out/get it out of our apartment? We think it might be under our fridge right now but we aren't sure, and likewise, are wimps so we are unwilling to check (kitchen setup makes it no easy way to check without getting right next to the fridge). Is there anything they eat that can lure them out or any other clever ideas to force it out of our place?

partygirluk 11-13-2005 09:03 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
Standard bait is some cheese.
If you can get hold of a cat that is a viable alternative.

Eurotrash 11-13-2005 09:07 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
I actually had a mouse in my room a couple summers ago. it was pretty clever, too. He would wait until the lights were out and I was trying to sleep, and only then would he come out. It would somehow scale the furniture in my room to get onto a table and nibble at a loaf of bread I had there.


so, I dunno.. you could try a slice of bread?

Yeti 11-13-2005 09:07 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
Get a trap.

partygirluk 11-13-2005 09:08 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
If food fails, go to your local pet store and get a female mouse. No way he will be able to resist that one (presuming it is a he). Be careful not to let her out of your sight though, mice breed like crazy.

KaneKungFu123 11-13-2005 09:09 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
Mmmmmmm, mouse.

Schneids 11-13-2005 09:11 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
omg they are scary horrible rodent creatures and diablo says it'll probably crawl up my bunghole when i try to go to sleep... I wanna sleep now but I so can't till I know where it is (ie not in the apartment). I'm too afraid to go into my room since that's one of the possible places it could be [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

BOTW 11-13-2005 09:14 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
Doritos bag with crumbs.

Lights out.

Wait for the crinkly sound.

Release in local park or flush--little dudes are cute and can swim pretty well--like a floater with spunk. (I only flushed him cuz he got in my bed and nibbled my finger tip drawing blood...)

Eurotrash 11-13-2005 09:17 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
[ QUOTE ]
Doritos bag with crumbs.

Lights out.

Wait for the crinkly sound.

Release in local park or flush--little dudes are cute and can swim pretty well--like a floater with spunk. (I only flushed him cuz he got in my bed and nibbled my finger tip drawing blood...)

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this Doritos bag trap sounds like it'll work pretty well. I'd give it a try, Schneids.

partygirluk 11-13-2005 09:17 AM

Re: Mouse in apartment, help??
 
[ QUOTE ]
omg they are scary horrible rodent creatures and diablo says it'll probably crawl up my bunghole when i try to go to sleep... I wanna sleep now but I so can't till I know where it is (ie not in the apartment). I'm too afraid to go into my room since that's one of the possible places it could be [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

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Ffs it is a mouse? Seriously, what are you scared of? It can't harm you. The only reason you can't find it is because it is [censored] scared of you.


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